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Students Made To Wear Anti-Cheating Helmets To Curb Exam Malpractice!

Students in Thailand were made to wear helmets to prevent them from cheating during exams.

Picture posted to a Bangkok's Kasetsart University alumni Facebook page appears to show students wearing a "helmet", which consist of a piece of paper wrapped around the head and pieces of paper stapled to either side.

The low-tech anti-cheating helmet invention doesn't look sophisticated, but would function like horse blinkers and prevent wearers from glancing to the side which should prevent any sneaky peeks at neighbours' answers.

Kasetsart University is a public university, ranked one of the best in Thailand and with a focus on agriculture, food, technology and innovation.

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